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  1. Yes, guitars and the like. I guess the question remains though. Not much unlike violin varnish, will natural powder pigments work to create a mostly transparent colored finish with nitrocellulose?
  2. Hello all, I'd really appreciate a good lead on pigment types that would allow my nitrocellulose lacquer to remain mostly transparent, capable of producing a decent amount of color. I have reason to believe the finish I am trying to repair did not make use of tint. Any time when I remove old finish, the dissolved lacquer does not impart any color to the wooden surface like a stain, and thus I have reason to believe the coloring is a solid pigment particulate. Plenty of color wipes off onto my rag, but again none stains the wood in the process, it just comes off clean.
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